Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Highway

We pick you up where we hoped you lay drying in the winter wind that clears the valley. You cut through farmland that will one day grow under this blue sky spawned like a birth.   And behind us the … Continue reading

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Summer Nocturne

Moonlight cuts giant oaks into shadows like lace on the sleepless pavement.   This is the walk of the damned, the 2 am pace of words without tongue.   The train long since blew a whistle that would have wakened … Continue reading

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Cell Service

There is still a place connections of towers do not reach. Down the mountains and into the canyon the road cuts and the road crumbles, narrow, heart beating   on turns in trees where blindness is blind yet sometimes sees.  … Continue reading

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